Equal and Opposite

by Kelvin Ho on 2017/09/17

This video describes in taiji what we do is equal and opposite to the result we desire.

 

About Kelvin Ho

I started learning Taiji from Master Chen Zhonghua at the Toronto workshop in Nov 2009, and became one of his disciples in Jan. 2013. I currently teach Practical Method in Toronto, Markham and Richmond Hill. Contact: kelvin.ho@practicalmethod.ca.

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nick tangri October 30, 2017 at 3:24 am

I can see that the two pairs have the front arm in common. Each pair seems to have a different centre, however.
My question is…are the opening of the two pairs being driven by the same source, or are there two sources. The axis from front shoulder to front kua is also common, is this being used as a common fulcrum?

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Kelvin Ho October 30, 2017 at 4:29 am

The two pairs are independent of each other. They may or may not share the same fixed dot and power source.

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